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Re: gardenchat DIGEST V1 #1328

There are two nurseries north of Houston that have a cafe with  it.  The 
setting is in the "garden" where the plants are planted all around  that they 
carry in the nursery.  They also have seminars every weekend  featuring some 
garden expert that comes in to give a talk on some subject.   It's reservation 
only, that's how packed it is.  Ladies go there all the  time to "do lunch" and 
then of course they browse for plants that they "ooohed  and ahhhhed" over 
lunch.  These nurseries are quite some distance from  Houston, but you'd be 
surprised how many go.  One of the nurseries has an  outdoor gazebo as well, where 
they feature jazz bands some weekends, wine and  cheese parties, etc.   It's 
quite popular.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 7/14/2005 3:07:56 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Imagine  a bakery/cafe attached to a nursery

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